Hero and Rogue


Hero noun - A person who is the object of extreme or uncritical devotion.

Rogue is an antonym for hero.

Nearby Words: heroic, heroine, heroism, heroically


Rogue noun - A mean, evil, or unprincipled person.
Usage example: a rogue who had nothing but contempt for people who made their living honestly

Hero is an antonym for rogue.

Nearby Words: roguish, roguery

How words are described

fellow fellow hero fellow rogue
human human hero human rogue
old old hero old rogue
female female hero female rogue
Other adjectives: original, dead, single, popular, dashing, real, male, little, young, new, former, classic, age, eponymous, hot-blooded, undead.

Both words in one sentence

  • Lovable Rogue Locke the treasure hunter, from Final Fantasy VI is pretty much the definition of this trope, though he drifts into being less of a rogue and more of a hero as the game progresses.
    Source: Lovable Rogue
  • Franchise / The Flash After that she is labeled a rogue and ostracized forever, originally hoping to be a hero, but after all that ends up being a villain instead.
  • He reasons that a known Conspiracy Theorist like him could go rogue without surprising people, but if a hero were to breach the Thou Shalt Not Kill policy, the whole world would go to hell.
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